Levan Coffeehouse Conversations on Practical Ethics:
Come share your opinions about ethical questions that matter. Faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students from every part of our USC community are encouraged to come to Ground Zero Café and talk about the ethical questions of the day. Free lunch and open dialogue.
From facing down riot police to tweeting, our ways of protesting have evolved from the Vietnam era to the present. The sixties saw sit-ins and the burning of draft cards, in the eighties we had economic boycotts of apartheid-era South Africa, while the recent Arab Spring protesters took it to the street with Twitter and other social media. And then there’s WikiLeaks, flash mobs and the Occupy movement. Voting seems almost passé. Are the demands of active citizenship changing? Or, in this post-Citizens United era, have all but superwealthy citizens become irrelevant to the political process?
Event Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Event Time: Noon
Event Location: Ground Zero Cafe
Menu (if any): light lunch
Contact information: 213-740-5499, email@example.com
Hosted by: Levan Institute for Humanities and Ethics
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